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Built several years ago from the Combrig kit. An enjoyable and relaxing kit.
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Michel Verschuere said on April 5, 2018
Very nice ship Chris offering exquisite detail, thanks for posting!
Jeff Bailey said on April 5, 2018
Well Chris, we’ll remember this Maine! Really well done, my friend.
I sure wish you had put something of everyday use close to it for a size comparison … oh wait, that was a burgundy-colored pen not a submarine! Sorry, I couldn’t resist! Seriously, the pen made me appreciate the detail even more. Those 1/700 scale ships are TINY!
Well done, Chris!
Craig Abrahamson said on April 5, 2018
Never seen a ship model quite like this one. At first I thought “…a Pinewood Derby entry for ships…?”. But as I perused the series of photos, it was then I realized what an intricate accomplishment this truly was. A feat I would most certainly not undertake. Very nice work, my friend (you must have the eyes of a hawk). 🙂
paul teixeira said on April 5, 2018
wow, you did a lot of work on this one. Very detailed for 1/700. Looks really nice.
Greg Kittinger said on April 5, 2018
Yikes! Hard for me to fathom how working in such small detail can be called “relaxing!” Nicely done!
David A. Thomas said on April 5, 2018
I echo Greg’s comments. I would be frantic with all that detail, but then again some people find golf relaxing…(little ball, little hole, great big green…um, no….)
Fabulous detail, though. Wow.
Peter Klin said on April 6, 2018
Instructive and very inspirational!
I like how you presented the building sequence… no captions needed, pictures speak by themselves!
Sebastijan Videc said on April 6, 2018
Tom Cleaver said on April 6, 2018
Wow, amazing work, particularly in that scale.
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